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RM General Technical Reports (RM-GTR)

Publications from the former Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Exp. Station (RM) (1963-1997). Listed in descending order by publication number. Only titles with links are currently available online with more titles always being added.

RM-GTR-299: AQUARIUS: A modeling system for river basin water allocation

RM-GTR-298: Conserving biodiversity on native rangelands: Symposium proceedings

RM-GTR-297: Micropropagation, genetic engineering, and molecular biology of Populus

RM-GTR-296: Decision support systems for ecosystem management: An evaluation of existing systems

RM-GTR-295: An assessment of forest ecosystem health in the Southwest

RM-GTR-294: A screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects in Region 1 wilderness areas, 1991

RM-GTR-293: Conservation assessment of the Sacramento Mountain salamander

RM-GTR-292: Songbird ecology in Southwest ponderosa pine forests: A literature review

RM-GTR-291: Research needs for forest and rangeland management in Arizona and New Mexico

RM-GTR-290: Literature on wildiife research in the Madrean Archipelago: 1800s-1994

RM-GTR-289: Effects of fire on Madrean Province Ecosystems

RM-GTR-288: Analysis of the temporal variation of coarse bedload transport and its gran size distribution; Squaw Creek, MT

RM-GTR-287: A classification of forest habitat types Southern Arizona and portions of the Colorado Plateau

RM-GTR-286: Fire effects in southwestern forests: Proceedings of the second La Mesa Fire symposium; 1994 March 29-31; Los Alamos, New Mexico

RM-GTR-285: Ecosystem disturbance and wildlife conservation in western grasslands - A symposium proceedings

RM-GTR-284: North American workshop on monitoring for ecological assessment of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems

RM-GTR-283: Southwestern rare and endangered plants: Proceedings of the second conference

RM-GTR-282: Conservation status of Colorado River cutthroat trout

RM-GTR-281: Birds of Cimarron National Grassland

RM-GTR-280: Terrestrial cryptogams of Pinyon-Juniper woodlands in the southwesternUnited States a review

RM-GTR-279: National Hydrology Workshop Proceedings

RM-GTR-278: Conference on adaptive ecosystem restoration and management:Restoration of Cordilleran confier landscapes of North America

RM-GTR-277: Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences: Second International Symposium

RM-GTR-276: The Santa Rita Experimental Range: History and annotated bibliography (1903-1988)

RM-GTR-275: Natural variability of specific forest insect populations and their associated effects in Colorado

RM-GTR-274: Managing habitats for white-tailed deer: Black Hills and Bear Lodge Mountains of South Dakota and Wyoming

RM-GTR-273: Fire effects on archaeological resources, phase 1: The Henry Fire, Holiday Mesa, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

RM-GTR-272: Desired future conditions for Southwestern riparian ecosystems: Bringing interests and concerns together

RM-GTR-271: Productivity of America's forest and climate change

RM-GTR-270: Sumary of technical testimony in the Colorado Water Division 1 trial
RM-GTR-270a: Sumary of technical testimony in the Colorado Water Division 1 trial: Executive summary

RM-GTR-269: Land use history of the San Rafael Valley, Arizona (1540-1960)

RM-GTR-268: Ecology, diversity, and sustainability of the Middle Rio Grande Basin

RM-GTR-267: Forest health through silviculture

RM-GTR-266: Partnerships for sustainable forest ecosystem management

RM-GTR-265: Selecting stands for the Forest Planning Data Base: Sampling background and application

RM-GTR-264: Biodiversity and management of the madrean archipelago: the sky islands of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico

RM-GTR-263: Vegetation on semi-arid rangelands, Cheyenne River Basin, Wyoming

RM-GTR-262: Interior west global change workshop

RM-GTR-261: Agroforestry and sustainable systems: symposium proceedings

RM-GTR-260: Distribution of abandoned and inactive mines on National Forest System Lands

RM-GTR-259: The 1993 RPA timber assessment update

RM-GTR-258: Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems

RM-GTR-257: National Proceedings: Forest and conservation nursery associations-1994

RM-GTR-256: Conservation assessment for inland cutthroat trout

RM-GTR-255: The status and impact of state and local regulation on private timber supply

RM-GTR-254: The Scientific basis for conserving forest carnivores: American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine in the Western United States

RM-GTR-253: Flamulated, boreal, and great gray owls in the United States: A technical conservation assessment

RM-GTR-252: Customer diversity and the future eemand for outdoor recreation

RM-GTR-251: Research Natural Areas in Colorado, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and pars of Wyoming

RM-GTR-250: User's guide to the Douglas-fir beetle impact model

RM-GTR-249: The Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site

RM-GTR-248: Effects of management on water qulaity in North American forests

RM-GTR-247: Sustainable ecological systems: implementing an ecological approach to land management. 1993 July 12-15; Flagstaff, Arizona

RM-GTR-246: An ecological basis for ecosystem management

RM-GTR-245: Stream channel reference sites: An illustrated guide to field technique

RM-GTR-244: Biological divesity: Status and trends in the United States

RM-GTR-243: Proceedings: Northeastern and Intermountain Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations

RM-GTR-242: Recycling and long-range timber outlook

RM-GTR-241: Species endangerment patterns in the United States

RM-GTR-240: Making sustainability operational: Fourth Mexico/U.S. Symposium

RM-GTR-239: Management impacts on water quality of forests and rangelands

RM-GTR-238: Aquatic and wetland vascular plants of the northern Great Plains

RM-GTR-237: Private forest investment and softwood production in the U.S. South

RM-GTR-236: Managing pinon-juniper ecosystems for sustainability and social needs

RM-GTR-235: Operations guide for FORPLAN on microcomputers (Release 14.2)

RM-GTR-234: Forest Resources of the United States, 1992 RM-GTR-233: Flora of the Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-GTR-232: Technology change and the economics of silvicultureal investment

RM-GTR-231: Effects of subdivsion and access restrictions on private land recreation opportunities

RM-GTR-230: Regional demand and supply projections for outdoor recreation

RM-GTR-229: Status and management of neotropical migratory birds

RM-GTR-228: U.S. Forests in a global context

RM-GTR-227: The Cnimney Rock Archaelogical Symposium

RM-GTR-226: Riparian management: common threads and shared interests

RM-GTR-225: You can save your trees from dwarf mistletoe

RM-GTR-224: Lichens as bioindicators of air quality

RM-GTR-223: Conceptual framework for minerals analysis in the RPA Assessment

RM-GTR-222: Wildlife-livestock-fire interactions on the North Kaibab: A historical review

RM-GTR-221: Proceedings: Western Forest Nursery Association

RM-GTR-220: Rocky Mountain New Perspectives: Proceedings of a regional workshop

RM-GTR-219: Operations guide for FORPLAN on microcomputers (Release 13)

RM-GTR-218: Ecology and management of oak and associated woodlands: Perspectives in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico; 1992 April 27-30; Sierra Vista, AZ

RM-GTR-217: Management recommendations for the northern goshawk in the southwestern United States

RM-GTR-216: A southwestern Mosaic: Proceedings of the Southwestern Region new perspectives university colloquium

RM-GTR-215: Threatened, endangered, and vulnerable species of terrestrial vertebrates in the Rocky Mountain Region

RM-GTR-214: An overview of forest inventory and analysis estimation procedures in the Eastern United States- With an emphasis on the components of change

RM-GTR-213: Old-growth forests in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions - Proceedings of a workshop

RM-GTR-212: Hahdboodk for converting Parker Loop Frequency data to basal area

RM-GTR-211: Proceedings: Intermountain Forest Nursery Association

RM-GTR-210: Factors affecting the demand for grazed forage in the United States

RM-GTR-209: Streamflow and recreation

RM-GTR-208: Publications of the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1980-1989

RM-GTR-207: Warmwater Fisheries Symposium I-1991

RM-GTR-206: Native fishes of arid lands: a dwindling resource of the desert Southwest

RM-GTR-205: Population ecology, habitat requirements, and conservation of neotropical migratory birds

RM-GTR-204: Insects of windbreaks and related plantings: distribution, importance, and management: conference proceedings

RM-GTR-203: The Conservation Reserve-Yesterday, today and tomorrow

RM-GTR-202: User's guide to RMM software: a short-run partial equilibrium model for economic valuation of wildland resource benefits

RM-GTR-201: Advancing toward closed forest ecosystem models: Report on a workshop

RM-GTR-200: Target seedling symposium: Proceedings, combined meeting of the Western Forest Nursery Associations; 1990 August 13-17; Roseburg, Oregon

RM-GTR-199: An analysis of the timber situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-198: International symposium: Integrated management of watershed for multiple use

RM-GTR-197: Forest resource value and benefit measurement: some cross-cultural perspectives

RM-GTR-196: Contributions of social sciences to multiple-use management: an update

RM-GTR-195: An analysis of ratings: a guide to RMRATE

RM-GTR-194: Can livestock be used as a tool to enhance wildlife habitat?

RM-GTR-193: The use of wilderness for personal growth, therapy, and education

RM-GTR-192: Estimating the recreational, visual, habitat, and quality of life benefits of Tongass National Forest

RM-GTR-191: Effects of fire management of southwestern natural resources

RM-GTR-190: Consolidated stand tables and biodiversity data base for Southwestern forest habitat types

RM-GTR-189: An analysis of the outdoor recreation and wilderness situation in the United States, 1989-2040

RM-GTR-188: Salmonid-habitat relationships in the western United States: A review and indexed bibliograhy

RM-GTR-187: Climate change and America's forests

RM-GTR-186: The declining even flow effect in the National Forest Planning Process

RM-GTR-185: Multiresource management of ponderosa pine forests

RM-GTR-184: Proceedings, Intermountain Forest Nursery Association

RM-GTR-183: Surface mine impoundments as wildlife and fish habitat

RM-GTR-182: Improving southwestern riparian areas through watershed management

RM-GTR-181: An analysis of the land base situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-180: An analysis of the range forage situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-179: An analysis of the mineral situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-178: An analysis of the wildlife and fish situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-177: An analysis of the water situation in the United States: 1989-2040

RM-GTR-176: A description of Forest Service programs and responsibilities

RM-GTR-175: The evolving use and management of the nation's forests, grasslands, croplands, and related resources

RM-GTR-174: Basic assumptions: A technical document supporting the 1989 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment

RM-GTR-173: Forest Service land managers planners' introduction to linear programming

RM-GTR-172: Recent historical and projected regional trends of white-tailed deer and wild turkey in the Southern United States

RM-GTR-171: Ninth Great Plains wildife damage control workshop proceedings

RM-GTR-170: Reveiw of critiques of the USDA Forest Service Land Management Planning process

RM-GTR-169: Biology and management of dwarf mistletoe in lodgepole pine in the Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-168: A screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I wilderness areas

RM-GTR-167: Proceedings, combined meeting of the Western Forest Nursery Associations:Western Forest Nursery Council, Forest Nursery Association of British Columbia, and Intermountain Forest Nursery Association

RM-GTR-166: Management of amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals in North America: Proceedings of the symposium

RM-GTR-165: Bootstrap estimation of home range area: User's guide to program HOMERANG

RM-GTR-164: Tools to manage the past: Research priorities for cultural resources management in the Southwest

RM-GTR-163: Forest vegetation of the Gunnison and pars of the Uncompahgre National Forests: A preliminary habitat type classification

RM-GTR-162: Forest vegetation in the Rocky Mountain and Intermountain regions: Habitat types and community types

RM-GTR-161: The 1988 symposium on systems analysis in forest resources

RM-GTR-160: Recent historical and projected regional trends of trout in the Southeastern United States

RM-GTR-159: Prairie chickens on the Sheyenne National Grasslands

RM-GTR-158: Impacts of the Conservation Reserve Program in the Great Plains

RM-GTR-157: The vegetation of the Grand River/Cedar River, Sioux, and Ashland Districts of the Custer National Forest: a habitat type classification

RM-GTR-156: Forest and rangeland resource interactions: A supporting technical document for the 1989 RPA Assessment

RM-GTR-155: Documentation of the National Forst system Resource Interactions Model

RM-GTR-154: Eighth Great Plains wildlife damage control workshop proceedings

RM-GTR-153: The North Kaibab pandora moth outbreak, 1978-1984

RM-GTR-152: An English-Spanish glossary of terminology used in forestry, range, wildlife, fishery, soils, and botany

RM-GTR-151: Meeting the challenge of the nineties: Proceedings, Intermountain Forest Nursery Association

RM-GTR-150: Strategies for classification and management of native vegetation for food production in arid zones

RM-GTR-149: Management of subalpine forests: Building on 50 years of research

RM-GTR-148: Toward the measssurement of total economic value

RM-GTR-147: Herded vs. unherded sheep grazing systems on an alpine range in Wyomoing

RM-GTR-146: Guidelines for Measuring the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Condition for Wilderness Ecosystems

RM-GTR-145: Forest habitat types in the apache, Gila, and part of the Cibola National Forests, Arizona and New Mexico

RM-GTR-144: Water marketing in the Southwest-Can market prices be used to evaluate water supply augmentation projects

RM-GTR-143: A classification of forest habitat types of the northern portionof the Cibola National Forest, ew Mexico

RM-GTR-142: Biology and conservation of Northern forest owls

RM-GTR-141: Genetic variation in Douglas-fir: A 20-year test of provenaces in Eastern Nebraska

RM-GTR-140: FORPLAN: An evaluation of the Forest Planning Tool

RM-GTR-139: Silvicultural systems, cutting methods, and cultural practices for Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-GTR-138: An improved framework for estimating RPA values

RM-GTR-137: Proceedings: Combined Western Forest Nursery Council and Intermountain Nursery Association Meeting

RM-GTR-136: Research natural areas in New Mexico

RM-GTR-135: Management and utilzation of arid land plants: symposium proceedings

RM-GTR-134: Engelman spruce seed production and dispersal, and seedling establishment in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-133: Range forage date base for 20 Great Plains, Southern, and Western states

RM-GTR-132: User's guide to RMTCM: Software for travel cost analysis

RM-GTR-131: A classification of forest habitat types on Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado

RM-GTR-130: A mulitilevel optimzation system for large-scale renewable resource planning

RM-GTR-129: Diseases of Trees in the Great Plains

RM-GTR-128: Silvicultural systems and cutting methods for ponderosa pine forests in the Front Range of the central Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-127: Silvicultural systems and cutting methods for old-growth lodgepole pine forests in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-126: Silvicultural systems and cutting methods for old-growth spruce-fir forests in the central and southern Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-125: Proceedings: Intermoutnain Nurseryman's Association Meeting

RM-GTR-124: An evaluation of procedures used to predict timber growth and harvest in the Range and Multiple Resource Interactions Sections of the 1980 RPA Assessment

RM-GTR-123: Major habitat types, community types, and plant communities in the Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-122: National Assesments of wildlife and fish: A technical framework

RM-GTR-121: Vegetation and soils of an alpine range in the Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming

RM-GTR-120: Riparian ecosystems and their management: Reconciling conflicting uses

RM-GTR-119: Aspen: Ecology and management in the western United States

RM-GTR-118: The Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado: Research program and published research 1937-1985

RM-GTR-117: Silvical characteristics of blue spruce

RM-GTR-116: A summary of research at The Manitou Experimental Forest in Colorado, 1937-1983

RM-GTR-115: Sivical characeristics of Subalpine fir

RM-GTR-114: Silvical characteristics of Engelmann spruce

RM-GTR-113: The vegetaton of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota: A habitat type classification

RM-GTR-112: Regional timber yhield and cost information for the South: Modeling techniques

RM-GTR-111: Biology of dwarf mistletes: Proceedings of the symposium

RM-GTR-110: Interlevel relations in ecological research and management: Some working principles from hierarchy theory

RM-GTR-109: The Travel Cost Model: Concepts and applications

RM-GTR-108: Douglas-fir habitat types of Northern Arizona

RM-GTR-107: Empirical estiamtes of amenity forest values: A comparative review

RM-GTR-106: Aggregate timber supply analysis

RM-GTR-105: Estimation of animal producton numbers for national assessments and appraisals

RM-GTR-104: A classification of forest habitat types of the Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico

RM-GTR-103: Using herbicides for reforestation in the Southwest

RM-GTR-102: Management of western coniferous forest habitat for nesting accipiter hawks

RM-GTR-101: Analysis of multiresource production for national assessments and appraisals

RM-GTR-100: Prediction of wildlife and fish resources for national assessments and appraisals

RM-GTR-99: Snag habitat management: Proceedings of the symposium

RM-GTR-98: Analysis of forage production for asesssments and appraisals

RM-GTR-97: A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of Northern Arizona

RM-GTR-96: A floristic inventory of the plant communities of the San Francisco Peaks Research Natural Area

RM-GTR-95: Monetary valuation of timber, forage, and water yields from public forest lands

RM-GTR-94: Insects associated with ponderosa pine in the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest

RM-GTR-93: Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in Central Arizona

RM-GTR-92: A review of uranium spoil and mill tailings revegetation in the Western United States

RM-GTR-91: Air quality, oil shale, and wilderness-a workshop to identify and protect air quality related values of the Flat Tops

RM-GTR-90: Hydrologic regimes of forested areas in the Beaver Creek Watershed

RM-GTR-89: Selection and monitoring of avian indicator species: An example from a ponderosa pine forest in the southwest

RM-GTR-88: Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies- with special emphasis on biosphere reserves

RM-GTR-87: The use of multivariate statistics in studies of wildlife habitat

RM-GTR-86: Pine and juniper diseases in the Great Plains

RM-GTR-85: Wetland vegetation, environmental factors, and their interaction in strip mine ponds, stockdams, and natural wetlands

RM-GTR-84: Design criteria for avalanche control sturctures in the runout zone

RM-GTR-83: The activity fuel appraisal process: Instructions and examples

RM-GTR-82: Tradeoff analysis in local land management planning

RM-GTR-81: Proceedings of the fire history workshop; October 20-24, 1980; Tucson, Arizona

RM-GTR-80: A bibliography of the Lesser Prairie Chicken, 1873-1980

RM-GTR-79: Arizona Range Reference Areas

RM-GTR-78: Biotic communities of the Southwest

RM-GTR-77: Status, ecology, and management of the Lesser Prairie Chicken

RM-GTR-76: Hand-held-calculator programs for the field forester

RM-GTR-75: Insects associated with ponderosa pine in Colorado

RM-GTR-74: Texas Panhandle pheasants: Their history, habitat needs, habitat development opportunities, and future

RM-GTR-73: A digitized systematic classification for ecosystems with an illustrated summary of the natural vegetation of North America

RM-GTR-72: Stream dynamics: An overview for land managers

RM-GTR-71: Remote sensing of wildland resources: A stateof-the-art review

RM-GTR-70: Deer in Arizona and New Mexico: Their ecology and a theory explaining recent population decreases

RM-GTR-69: Capitilation of environmental benefits into property values: Literature review

RM-GTR-68: Assessing amenity resource values

RM-GTR-67: Choosing an activity fuel treatment for southwest ponderosa pine

RM-GTR-66: Managing vegetation to increase flow in the Colorado River Basin

RM-GTR-65: The mitigation symposium: A National workshop on mitigating losses of fish and wildlife habitats

RM-GTR-64: Plants of the Arizona chapparral

RM-GTR-63: Using fire weather data in prescribed fire planning: Two computer programs

RM-GTR-62: Predicting impact of a restoration project on river dynamics: A case history

RM-GTR-61: Monitoring irrigation in western forest tree nurseries

RM-GTR-60: How to grow tree seedlings in containers

RM-GTR-59: A bibliography of Blue Grouse - 1889-1977

RM-GTR-58: Computing average skidding distance for logging areas with irregular boundaries and variable log density

RM-GTR-57: Manual of the saltbushes (Atriplex spp.) in New Mexico

RM-GTR-56: Producer-consumer biomass in Arizona ponderosa pine

RM-GTR-55: Integrated inventories of renewable natural resources: Proceedings of the workshop

RM-GTR-54: Aquatic biota of Trout Creek, Manitou Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-GTR-53: A vegetative key to some common Arizona range grasses

RM-GTR-52: Determining potential wildlife benefits from wildfire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests

RM-GTR-51: RUN WILD A storage and retrieval system for wildife habitat information

RM-GTR-51A: RUN WILD-For the UNIVAC 1100 series-implementation and maintenance

RM-GTR-50: Forecasting seed crops and determining cone ripeness in Southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-GTR-49: Spruce beetle in the Rockies

RM-GTR-48: The 6-class dwarf mistletoe rating system

RM-GTR-47: Managing pinyon-juniper ranges for wildlife

RM-GTR-46: The Front Range type - A 40-year photographic record of plant recovery on an abused watershed

RM-GTR-45: Western pine-shoot borer A threat to intensive management of ponderosa ine in the Rocky Mountain Area and southwest

RM-GTR-44: Charaacteristics of Arizona ponderosa pine stands on sandstone soils

RM-GTR-43: Importance, preservation and management of riparian habitat: A symposium; Tucson, Arizona; July 9, 1977

RM-GTR-42: Climatological data from the Berthod Pass area of Colorado

RM-GTR-41: Biotic communities of the Southwest (See revised RM-GTR-78)

RM-GTR-40: The Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado (See revised RM-GTR-118)

RM-GTR-40A: The Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado-Research published 1940-1977

RM-GTR-39: Ecology, uses, and management of pinyon-juniper woodlands

RM-GTR-38: Birds and mammals of Manitou Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-GTR-37: Managing aspen for wildlife in the Southwest

RM-GTR-36: Fungal parasites of dwarf mistletoes

RM-GTR-35: Avian use of livestock watering ponds in Western South Dakota

RM-GTR-34: How to tell Engelmann from Blue Spruce in the Southwest

RM-GTR-33: Shade materials for modifying greenhouse climate

RM-GTR-32: Proceedings of the fourth national conference on fire and forest meteorology

RM-GTR-31: Rocky Mountain Forest and Rage Experiment Station: as list of published research Apri 1, 1972 through March 31, 1976

RM-GTR-30: Mistletoe literature of the world: A user's guide to a FAMULOUS retrieval system

RM-GTR-29: Utilization and marketing as tools for aspen management in the Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-28: Biology and management of threatened and endangered western trouts

RM-GTR-27: History of Forest Service Research in the Central and Southern Rocky Mountain Regions, 1908-1975

RM-GTR-26: A descriptive inventory of ponderosa pine on National Forests in the Salt-Verde Basin, Arizona

RM-GTR-25: Measuring scenic beauty: A selected annotated bibliography

RM-GTR-24: Predicting rate of fire spread (ROS) in Arizona oak chaparral: Field workbook

RM-GTR-23: User's guide to SWYLD2: Yield tables for even-aged and two-storied stands of Southwestern ponderosa pine, including effects of dwarf mistletoe

RM-GTR-22: Fifty-year reccords of virgin stand development in southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-GTR-21: Frost heaving of tree seedlings: Aliterature review of causes and possible control

RM-GTR-20: Principal range plants of the Central and Southern Rocky Mountains

RM-GTR-19: The National Fire Weather Data Library: What it is and how to use it

RM-GTR-18: Manual of the rushes( Juncus SPP.) of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado Basin

RM-GTR-17: An aid to streamlining fire-weather station networks

RM-GTR-16: Selected bibliography of wildlife and habitats for the Southwest

RM-GTR-15: User's guide to AFFIRMS: time-share computerized processing for fire danger rating

RM-GTR-14: Wildland fires and dwarf mistletoes: A literature review of ecology and prescribed burning

RM-GTR-13: Hydrology of Black Mesa Watershed, Western Colorado

RM-GTR-12: Forest habitat types on the Medicine Bow National Forest, southeastern Wyoming: Preliminary report

RM-GTR-11: Silviculturist's point of view on use of nonlocal trees

RM-GTR-10: Cavity-nesting birds of Arizona and New Mexico forest

RM-GTR-9: Avalanche protection in Switzerland

RM-GTR-8: The snowy torrents: Avalanche accidents in the United States 1967-71

RM-GTR-7: Mountain pine beetle in Front Range ponderosa pine: What it's doing and how to control it

RM-GTR-6: Publications of the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Staiton 1953-73

RM-GTR-5: Areal snow cover observations in the Central Rockies, Colorado

RM-GTR-4: The Southwestern pinyon-juniepr ecosystem: A bibliography

RM-GTR-3: Advances in North American avalanche technology: 1972 Symposium

RM-GTR-2: The Black Hils (South Dakota) flood of June 1972: Impacts and implications

RM-GTR-1: Annual streamflow summaries form four subalpine watersheds in Colorado

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